Those using Chrome Canary – early adopters and developers – have been toying around with the desktop version of Google Now for a few weeks. Starting today, however, Google Now is available in Chrome Beta, a much more stable version of Chrome that still gets a lot of Google’s experimental features that normal Chrome users don’t see for a while.

Google Now works as a personal assistant, learning what information you need and delivering it to your desktop. This information can include, but is certainly not limited to, traffic conditions, commute times, and other tidbits that will help you get from A to B faster. Google Now was named Popular Science’s “Innovation of the Year” in 2012.

Now that Google Now is available in Chrome Canary and Chrome Beta, it’s only a matter of time before they work out all the kinks and it shows up in the standard, full version of Chrome.

via BGR

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